It was not long at all till God had returned once again with another angel this one with the name of Michael. To both Luciels and Gabriels surprise the little angel had actually been alive for much longer then they had realized. They ended up finding the boy when he looked no older then four. Feeling guilty and knowing what it was like to be ignored Luciel did everything in his power to make it up to the little angel.
Soon the two got up to all sorts of mischief and although Gabriel tried to seperate them it seemed that Luciel and Michael were inseparable. Unless of course Michael was with Raphael then they both seemed to start their own unique brand of mischief.
Luciel was currently leading Michael down the hall after pitching the great idea he had of last night. He wanted to Michael with him and as they walked into the creation room, the red eyed angel locked the door behind him before turning and bouncing over to Michael.
"I don't know about this Luci...." Michael said nervously as he looked around the large room. Eyes wide as he noticed the various half-created creations. Only Father and Gabriel were allowed in here but Luciel convinced him to go with him. The black winged elder angel at the moment was in front of him as he started to scramble over to one of the cages.
"Whoa! Miy come check this out!" The horned angel said with a grin. Running over quickly he pulled himself up next to the taller angel so he could look inside. There was a fluffy creature half-formed with soft downy fur and a long Whispy tail. When it saw them a calm rumbling could be heard from deep in its throat. It was cute but Michael started to get bored.
"It's all fluff no fight." He complained rolling his eyes as he imagined Gabriel making it. Nodding excitedly Luciel suddenly raced off grabbing something that Michael couldn't see. When he returned he was carrying a glowing orb his hands practically steaming as he held it.
Startled Michael stepped back hands clamping over his mouth. "What are you doing put that back!" He hissed looking around afraid that Gabriel would walk in at any moment.
"Oh calm down or are you scared?" Luciel teased. Immediately Michael bristled as he stepped closer to the other.
"Not scared!" He practically shouted.
"Complete coward. I didn't realize I brought a baby along." Luciel continued to tease.
"Shut up!" Michael suddenly growled reaching out and taking the orb from him aiming it at the beast before focusing. In his need to prove himself he didn't notice the grin Luciel gave him as he started to reform the creature. Claws sprouted from its paws being able to sheathe and unsheathe. It's eyes once a kind blue started to turn a deep yellow, slitting as it grew more accustomed to dark.
Half way through this Luciel put his hands on the orb adding a bristly tongue to it. Laughing he finally nudged Michael causing him to blink as the light died. "Nice Mikey!" He praised as they watched the being prowl around the cage an almost hungry look on its eyes. It still had its original innocence but now it was a predator. Grinning Michael jumped up.
"Let's make more!" He said excitedly.
"Huh don't have to ask me twice." Came the equally excited reply.
Soon the half created creatures were now corrupted from their original purposes becoming dangerous with their own abilities. The two however loved the beings finding their instincts much more enjoyable then the pacifistic creatures Gabriel created. The two angels were just in the middle of making a long roped reptile with venom when a loud gasp sounded behind them.
"WHAT ARE YOU DOING!!!" Came the horrified cry as Gabriel suddenly ran in looking absolutely horrified at the creations. Pushing Michael out of the way he immediately glared at Luciel who simply glared back.
"We were just making them better." He said smoothly looking over at Michael who was looking down guiltily. "Ain't that right Miy tell Gabriel what this is."
"Snack." Michael said nervously. Luciel let out a mock pout as he completely ignored Gabriel keeping his attention on Michael.
"I thought we agreed on Serpent." He complained getting the familiar smirk from Michael as he shook his head.
"It's a snack. You created it I name it that's the rules."
"I don't care what this.. This snake is called. It needs to go! You need to go!" Gabriel said angrily before suddenly stilling as a familiar presence entered the room.
"Father..." He said before immediately bowing the other two following suit. They watched as he went over to the different pods looking over the creatures before suddenly moving on. Finally he stopped in front of them his voice booming in their heads.
Gabriel stood up first pointing at the two other Angels. "It's their fault! They ruined them!" He practically wailed glaring daggers at the two.
"No we didn't!" Came Michaels small voice. His face was fallen feeling absolutely distraught at their reactions. He loved the creatures he had made. They were so much different then the peace-loving creatures that Gabriel made. No his were gearing and ready to fight. They were interesting.
"Interesting indeed," Their Fathers voice boomed in his head. Flinching he looked down again before his eyes widened as he was suddenly picked up. He couldn't actually see his father, God, but he could feel his energy wrap around him in what felt like a hug. Smiling he closed his eyes as he listened to his voice continued. "These are unique. Like you my children. I love them." He said easily before he shifted setting Michael down next to Luciel.
"You two must still be punished however. You know you weren't allowed in here and Luciel;" There was a pause as Luciel stood up straighter. A message between them must have been shared because the next moment Luciel looked over at Michael suddenly guilty.
Michael however was oblivious as he started to get bored again. Walking away from them he stopped in front of one of the cages grinning down at the creature. He didn't mind the punishment. He got to do something fun. With his older brother! He added looking over and smiling happily at Luciel.
Luciel however just sighed as they started being herded out of the room. His wings twitched however betraying a rage that he kept carefully guarded.